European Corporate Law – CBL/Oriell College
The Summer Institute at Oriel College (Oxford University) is an exclusive short-term online study programme. For more than 10 years, it has provided life-changing study experiences at Oxford University. Since 2020, hundreds of people from all over the world have participated in the Online Programme, immersing themselves in the world’s most renowned academia. The academic partner is Oriel College (Oxford University) in partnership with WorldStrides | CBL International.
All the courses have been delivered by academics from the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, and the course is accredited by the British Accreditation Council.
Session I: 5 July – 16 July 2021
Session II: 19 July – 30 July 2021
Session III: 2 August – 13 August 2021
Session IV: 16 August – 27 August 2021
Session V: 30 August - 10 September 2021
The course in European Corporate Law describes the influence of the law of the European Union on the company law of member states. An overview of the internal market law is followed by an analysis of the case-law of the European Union Court of Justice on the freedom of establishment for corporations under the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. This is followed by an analysis of the free movement of capital and the interaction with the freedom of establishment, including the question of ‘golden shares’.The Academic Programme courses are, including but not limited to:
- Introduction to the European Corporate Law
- Freedom of Establishment
- Corporate Mobility in the EU
- Freedom of Establishment for Legal Persons
- Freedom of Establishment & Free Movement of Capital
- Harmonisation of National Company Law
- European Forms of Companies